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Date : April 2012

ITN: Phone-Cameras To Replace Actual Cameras? Not Yet

Categories: InTheNews, TechReview
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Published on: 2012.04.28

In the News: 5 Smartphones That Can Replace Your Camera This USA Today article’s title reads like the title of a blog entry instead of a newspaper piece. And the content looks like an advertisement. Someone needs to work on this.

Poem: Claustrophobia

Categories: Personal, Poetry
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Published on: 2012.04.21

Claustrophobia Wil C. Fry April 21, 2012, 13:21 I can feel the walls as they’re closing in trapping me in this little den surrounded by space but trapped in time I breathe, I breathe, I think I’ll be fine Maybe. I must look out, I must remind myself of the times I could fly in[…]

ITN: Romney-Rosen Argument Misses The Point

Categories: InTheNews, Politics
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Published on: 2012.04.14

In the News: Republicans, Democrats, and media are all in a tizzy about Hilary Rosen’s remarks about Ann Romney. Short summary of events: 1) Polls showed presidential candidate Mitt Romney extremely unpopular among women. 2) Romney said his wife Ann is his advisor on women’s issues. 3) Democratic consultant Hilary Rosen said Ann “has actually[…]

ITN: Coal = Terrorist

Categories: InTheNews, Politics
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Published on: 2012.04.12

In the News: United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) President Cecil Roberts said: “The Navy SEALs shot Osama bin Laden in Pakistan and Lisa Jackson shot us in Washington.”

Why Mrs. Duggar Is Right. But Mostly Wrong.

In The News: Michelle Duggar, mother of 19 and star of 19 Kids and Counting says “the whole idea of overpopulation is not accurate” (there are many sources for this; here’s one). Offering “proof”, Duggar said “because the entire population of the world could fit inside of Jacksonville, Florida.” She referenced a quote: “I agree[…]

Still A Firefox Fan, But…

Categories: TechReview
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Published on: 2012.04.08

As a long-time Firefox user, I’ve been more than a little frustrated with their recent attempts to “keep up” with Chrome by releasing new versions every couple of weeks. I finally quit keeping up with them.

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